* A 30 minute guide to integrating Twitter in your Android application: A detailed guide on how to integrate Twitter in your Android app. It covers almost everything, from setting up an account, to authorization and tweeting. Very cool!
* Invoking A Secured Web Service With soapUI: Web services are flourishing these days and soapUI is a neat tool to help you use and test those that are SOAP based. This article is a full-blown guide on how to invoke secured web services using the soapUI.
* Clean Code: Four Simple Design Rules – Obligatory Read: Jakub from the Holy Java, one of our JCG partners, discusses some of the Simple Design Rules proposed in the Clean Code book.
* RESTful SOA in the Real World: In this presentation, different ways used by the industry to implement a RESTful SOA are discussed, detailing how eBay did it in order to achieve performance, and what lessons can be taken from that.
* Spring Hibernate Integration: Title says it all, a guide on how to integrate Hibernate with a Spring application. This article is just to get you started. After that, don’t forget to take a look at our JBoss 4.2.x Spring 3 JPA Hibernate Tutorial and if you deal with GWT, our GWT 2 Spring 3 JPA 2 Hibernate 3.5 Tutorial.
* Terracotta Brings Real-Time Analytics to the (Java) Masses: Terracotta, the vendor behind Ehcache, the famous caching solution, offers real-time analytics to Java developers. Note that this article was published in the New York Times, interesting.
* Windows Phone 7 Development for Android Developers: I am not really sure how many Android developers will make a jump to WP7, but for those that do, this tutorial is definitely going to help you get started.
* Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) – What Developers Can Expect: An article discussing some new features expected in the forthcoming Android 3.0 release, from a developer’s perspective. The Honeycomb release will mainly focus in tablet’s support.
* Invoke web services from Android: Yet another Android post, describing how to invoke web services in a high level way.
That’s all for this week. Stay tuned for more, here at JavaCodeGeeks.
Author David Gassner explores Java SE (Standard Edition), the language used to build mobile apps for Android devices, enterprise server applications, and more!
The course demonstrates how to install both Java and the Eclipse IDE and dives into the particulars of programming. The course also explains the fundamentals of Java, from creating simple variables, assigning values, and declaring methods to working with strings, arrays, and subclasses; reading and writing to text files; and implementing object oriented programming concepts. Exercise files are included with the course.